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Stephen S. Fuller, Ph.D.
Professor of public policy,
Center for Regional Analysis, Institute of Public Policy,
George Mason University, Fairfax, Va.

Stephen Fuller joined the faculty at George Mason in 1994 as a professor of public policy. Before this position, he served on the faculty at George Washington University for 25 years, including nine as chairman of the Department of Urban Planning and Real Estate Development and one as director of doctoral programs for the School of Business and Public Management.

Fuller earned a bachelor's degree in economics from Rutgers University (1962) and his doctorate in regional planning (1969) from Cornell University. He has written more than 250 articles, papers and reports in the fields of housing, urban planning and economic development. He has been a consultant and spoken at conferences in the United States, Hungary, Russia, China, Saudi Arabia, Korea, Singapore, Morocco, Indonesia, Australia, Puerto Rico and Jamaica.

His recent research has focused on the changing economic structure of the Washington metropolitan area and the impact of the changing role of the federal government as a major source of new jobs and business activity within the overall economy. As part of that research, he developed a series of indicators to track the current and near-term performance of the area's economy. He is author of Economy Watch, a newsletter published monthly since 1991 by the Greater Washington Research Center.

Fuller serves on the Governor's Advisory Board of Economists for the Commonwealth of Virginia, the boards of directors of the Global Environment and Technology Foundation and the Senior Professional Foundation, and is an economic adviser to Fairfax County, Va. He is also president of Economic Reporter Inc.

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